That's not too difficult. I haven't been able to maintain 20 mph on mine after 97 years. Runs best at about 18. Did get 'clocked' at 22 mph once !
Paul, has it been 400 miles yet? Maybe you should change the oil and see if she will go faster?
No speedometer, no GPS, No Cops with radar guns. I guess people were smarter about how fast and far they went without the use of modern gadgets back then!
That is a pre balloon tire one - here is another for the later cars:
When the 1914 Centennial Ts were reproduced, I believe they also had a full set of copies of the original factory paperwork like this but more stuff. Anybody know where I can get the full package for my '14?
Try getting in touch with either Don Lang or Guy Zavanovitch (may be spelling his name wrong). They both had a lot of contact with that T100 project.
I think the spelling is: Guy Zaninovich. (Spell check doesn't like this one either.)